IAAF anti-doping manager 'shocked' at cover-up claims

Thomas Capdevielle speaks to Al Jazeera over accusations world governing body had covered up test results.

    The anti-doping manager for athletics' world governing body, the IAAF, says he was shocked at accusations the organisation had covered up test results.

    Earlier this month British and German media alleged that more than 800 athletes had recorded suspicious blood tests.

    Thomas Capdevielle spoke to to Al Jazeera's So Rahman in Beijing.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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